Grateful Dead Live at Sullivan Stadium on 1989-07-02
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Digital Audience - Jill & Rob R
3 Nak CM 300's - 2 CP 4's (Shotguns) 1 CP3 ( Super Omni ) arranged in an X-Y pattern
- 2004-07-12 09:40:19
- Foxboro, MA
- Taped by
- Jill and Rob R
- Sullivan Stadium
Subject: How you all doing
Subject: Cassettes in Stash
Subject: favorite He's Gone
Subject: Happy Returns
There is nothing quite like a happy return to take your experience to the next level..
Subject: 23 years ago today?!?!
thak you for all involved for putting up this music and keeping this very special community alive.
Subject: great show - better source available
I'm downloading today!
Rating is for the recording, not the quality of the show.
Subject: Great way to start a 4th of July weekend!
Subject: Friend of the Devil
FOTD to start off the 2nd set. Blew my mind away. Never heard that as an opener. And the tempo. Where did that om from. I guess with the Playin' opener it was wide open. A great show.
Subject: My Return to the Dead
Subject: field seats stink
revised: terrapanda calls me out and he's pretty accurate. I remember being at this show and the sound wasn't that cranked. The Fantasy/Jude is a beast but I thought the wheel and mags were dull post space. Listening again it's better than I remembered. Still stand by my 4 stars. Please listen to the fantasy/jude. Would hate to deter someone from that genius.
Subject: Goodbye tape!
Subject: Better on tape than it was in person
Listening to the show now though, it seems quite a bit stronger. Although the jam after Playin is still brief, that whole 1st set sequence is really tasty. The real highlight is the 2nd set FOTD opener ... not just because of its placement, but the way it's played, as a very up-tempo, rocking beat. The jam after He's Gone is also really cool ... you can hear Jerry really fighting to pull them into Smokestack, but Bob isn't having any of it, and then end up doing Eyes instead.
Subject: Foxboro 89 Nak300
Subject: I was there too....first GD show
Subject: Great Memories!
Subject: Tranced Out
Subject: smokin' second
Subject: surprising intro
Los Lobos opened and attempted a pun by saying "muchas gras..er, I mean gracias" which received minimal laughter. I also remember something about them saying the next song was in the key of C# minor.
But damn was it hot and sweatty.
Subject: where is the Schoeps spaced omni source?
i've uploaded the schoeps spaced omni source, but archive.org is not accepting individual GD uploads from the public at large..at this time. if anyone wants to drop me an email or something, i will copy it for you.
The show is outstanding. Best of the summer perhaps. it had a MAJOR impact on my GD appreciation and my life overall.
Subject: Very nice set list
This show had a great feel, what with the unusual placement of songs. I recall the sun going down as FOTD started... the song choice had a great mellowing effect on the crowd, which seemed a little drunk and rowdy in the first set. I moved from the floor to the stands and back easily throughout most of the day, finally settling into the stands for drums/space. The whole show is really nice, but everything from space on really smokes. Not super quality, but better than the tapes I have had for years. Enjoy!
Subject: Sweet memories
Subject: A young girl never forgets her
I have collected quite a little pile of tapes over the years but this one always eluded me.
Great quality recording (as these things go) and a wonderful way to close out this summer, remembering great ones gone by.
Thanks very much to the kind soul who uploaded this gem, made my day!
Subject: agree with the other 2 guys hey jude is a must
Subject: Dear Mr Fantsay / Hey Jude
Subject: set switcheroo
The second set opens with a song usually relegated to first set status, Friend of the Devil, which benefits from shifting slots by transforming from the lethargic versions played since the late 70s back to its sprightly, fast-paced version as it was originally conceived.
The Dear Mr. Fantasy/Hey Jude jam is monstrous.
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